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bay with 47 accept rosa and napa right now, 49 degrees, and check out these wind gusts, gusting to 22 in fairfield, 25 in concord. we have nice westerly component. gusts to 3h, sfo at 18, and oakland, as winds stay up and the breezy conditions and colder night overnight, kole and iowa for sunday, and then next wednesday, we'll continue dry and temperatures will start to warm back up. by the end of the week, talking highs in the mid-to-upper 60s. here's tonight, cold front moves through, to the south. we still have this one little impulse right here. a few little showers, up along the north coast, and as this slides south the higher terrain around the bay area could possibly -- a slight chance -- could possibly see a few light sprinkles. it's going to be a chilly night, temperatures mid-to upper 40s. san francisco, 46. and 36 for livermore. this is the front that moved through today. that jet stream pushed to the south. this is the next little impulse that will move in overnight tonight. what you'll notice tomorrow is a colder air mass settling in and pretty windy conditions developing
>> this mount pam cam is a gorgeous start with cloud coverage. 36 degrees for doctor's santa rosa, with 40's we are expecting a cooler day. 50s for the afternoon highs. 54 degrees in half moon bay. 50s in oakland, 53 degrees expected in the livermore valley. the room 55 and novado. mid '50s through vallejo. we will take a look at what we can expect for the workweek. >> developing news in cupertino this morning where a fire is burning at a cement plant. fire officials say it broke out around 5:40 a.m. at the lee-high hanson quarry. a loading truck caught fire, and now tires are smoldering. the lee-high plant was the site of tragedy in 20-11, when an employee shot and killed three people. >> in menlo park, a mother and her two year old son are in stable condition this morning after being hit by gunfire. police say the shooting is possibly gang related. gunshots were heard in the area of willow road and bayfront expressway around 7-45 last night. the victims though were found at a mc-donalds parking lot on university avenue. >> what we found were several shell casings. at the palo alto there were
is rosa parks made the cooking possible. martin luther king didn't make rosa parks possible. if she had done what she did for refusing to give up her seat on that last, martin luther king would've simply been an articulate, well meaning baptist minister. it's because of rosa parks that were talking about him today. she opened up the possibility for him to display those qualities that he had been to rise to the occasion. >> host: she also said russia was sitting on the best refusing to give up her seat, she was thinking about emmett till, the 14th of black way from chicago who went to mississippi in 1855 and because he was a better way women, was brutally murdered. to think his death changed or start anything in the civil rights movement? >> guest: a lot of things to. it is his death, the brown v. board of education decision. it was the killing of civil rights for yours. it is people like robert johns, the young high school student who got a walkout on the segregated school because of protesting against the inferior education in 1851. many people we don't even know their names anymore be
rosa right now checking in 44 degrees. napa, 45. san francisco in the upper 40s and san josi 47 degrees. we're talking about the winds and here is a look at some of the wind reports, sustain wind feedspeeds at 22 miles per hour out to sfo, fairfield at 10 and santa rosa at the south is the aerodirection at 7 miles per hour. the winds will be back as we head into your sunday, especially for the afternoon hours. for tonight, partly cloudy and breezy. tomorrow a sun-cloud mix with gusty winds. the extend, once again a dry weather pattern and temperatures do warm back up. first thing sunday morning partly cloudy skies. a little bit of a breeze out there. temperatures to start out the day definitely want to bundle up, oakland around 41 degrees. foreman 140 and san josi starting out the day at 40. here is the weather system we have been tracking over the past few days. this is sliding to the south and east. we have a slight chance of light showers heading into sunday morning. for most your sunday, partly cloudy skies, but the back side of the low will generate those winds out of the northwest
rosa, we're expecting a clear start and a dry week a head. it doesn't look like any of the systems are heading our way. we may get a few clouds coming in tomorrow. looks high and dry for us. it's going to be sunny and on the chilly side. warming it up as we get towards the end of the week. if you're working outside, m ostly a dry week ahead. a few residual snow showers at tahoe. cloudy skies on the west coast. we have some dense fog in the central valley. we're looking for sun. 58 at redding and 58 for sacramento. pinpoint forecast, we'll look at readings 50 everywhere. cooler than yesterday. still at the shoreline, 54 at pacifica. temperatures warming up into the 50s by the end of the week, into next weekend, more sunshine and a forecasted high of about 60 degrees. that's the weather. as for the decline of what used to be the biggest company. >>> apple fans may be keeping tabs on any naps organ news released. it will take stage. he will talk about his experience as steve jobs. apple disappointed wall street with the greatest report. >> netfl
canny overnight. inland locations. napa, 35, 34 for santa rosa, if the wind stays up in the valley areas you night that be as cold. we'll put you in the 30s. 46, san francisco 42, antioch, delta, you can possibly have some pockets of dense fog. this is a weak cold front, the jet stream pushing down in this area of low pressure, and also this very weak system will continue to move that colder air mass over the bay area. now, as this weak system moves through overnight tonight, it could possibly trigger a few light showers, mainly off the coast and the higher terrain. this is 10:00 tonight. you're looking at the forecast model. by 2:00 a.m. you can see some of the moisture staying well off the coastline so we'll continue to see that rotate in close. by 8:00 a.m. the system pushes to the south and we'll start to see the sunshine. but still going to be very cool tomorrow and those northwesterly winds will be with us. here's a look at the highs for sunday, in the 50s. 55, san rafael, 54, san francisco, san jose, 56. livermore, 54. watsonville, 56. salinas, 57. i know, it's a huge change from
the wind going. temperatures in the low 40s. san jose 44 degrees. santa rosa 42. some locations in the north bay valleys probably will drop into the mid 30s by tomorrow morning. wind speed still fairly blustery from 15 to 20 miles per hour. that's good news when it comes to air quality, stirring up all the pollution we've had around the bay area. so finally good to moderate air quality as we wrap up the weekend. but those chilly winds bringing some change down the coast. you can see on the radar just a lone shower here off bodega bay. more moisture coming down the coast is going to cross over our heads as we wake up till tomorrow morning. you can see how some of the rain has moved into sacramento and yes, snow, right now in the sierra. probably 2 to 4 inches around lake tahoe as the system moves on to northern nevada. there's not a lot of moisture to work with. this is a cold pattern for us. we get the systems that drop if out of the north. but it will toss a few showers possibly around mt. hamilton and around the coastal range into tonight and tomorrow morning. just like we saw
in santa rosa, nap abreezy. 55 degrees. the chill will be in the air in san francisco. 54, 54 in the east bay, 56 in san jose, we are looking at 56 in morgan hill and salinas, 57 degrees. here's a look ahead. monday, nota lot of change. it will be in the 50s, a cool day. then we get into wednesday, thursday and friday. that's when we will see a wind shift, start to warm things up and next friday, upper 60s, close to 70 in some neighborhoods. >> sounds good. looking forward to that. >> did you know that shoe almost lost his super bowl ring, left it in a bathroom at a burger joint. >> that's why i bring it out once a year. every time, i leave town, the weather's beautiful. the 49ers had their final practice before heading to new orleans for this sunday. they won't practice until wednesday, dealing with the media the first two days in the big easy. 49ers have only five players on the team that have play in the super bowl. so a lot of unchartered territory for most of the roster. one of the key players has been michael crabtree. he and collin cappernick have really clicked. all michael does i
, like rosa parks saying i'm not getting up today. i'm tired and that is ordinary people taking a stand. >> yes. >> and it's about people. >> you're doing there in a dance piece with your amazing core youngrafy. >> with a number of a -- core youngrafy. >> and i am doing it with two coordinated geniuses. we have two certified geniuses working on this and corey harris, an amazing blues musician. worked with martin scorsese. >> yes. >> amazing and the other mcarthur award winner, the great award in new york theatre. >> yes. >> and laura love. >> so you have an extraordinary group of people who are all geniusus, huge collaborators? >> yes. >> the peace is playing where and when? >> it's playing at the center of the arts. >> okay. >> lamb theatre and used to be novilleas. >> and tonight's the last night to catch it. everyone, run, don't walk and get down there. >> and yes, that is at 8 club tonight. >> what is next for you? you never stop. we have never be a world of piece against each of us, awakening to our example. >> and to coop pushing to find something new and different, find something
degrees and oakwood, 45; santa rosa with 36 degrees. the pinpoint weather, this is what we expect. the cooler air will move in and not as woman as yesterday and still, plenty of sunshine for sunday and we'll get cold more night and as a result, the temperatures cool down at night and nevertheless, the predominant feel of the day will be sunny skies and readings in the mid-50s and heading out tomorrow at sfo, mostly sunny skies. the wins out of the northwest and they scoured the fog from the bay area that we had yesterday and i'll be 54 at the airport tomorrow and new york's got a mix of rain and snow for monday. it will rain in denver and in chicago. we look okay to the southland for l.a. the pinpoint forecast, the mid- 50 asfor the bay area. 53 at concord and in the city, 55 in san thosay. nothing but sun -- san jose. nothing but sun and readings warming until next weekend and we will approach 60 degrees. in the meantime, sunshine and plenty of it. bundle up for the chilly nights tonight. >> okay. >> and chilly in terms of what temperature? >> it will be all the way into the uppe
it is more widespread. think of rosa parks they all had garvey connections. there is a picture of african-american in politics that is much more complicated than we want to acknowledge. we have come to terms with our past by constructing a narrative about house slavery ends and freedom is ultimately realized so the civil-rights movement becomes the crucial and point*. and episodes, a people's movements that don't fit into better very problematic. also the scholars across the political spectrum who have an investment to deny it to. i had a lot of push back of anything i have written written, that part of what i discovered, the movement is still alive, there is a chapter in philadelphia, i organized a conference three years ago, a scholarly conference on nuia but at the last minute i advertise it in the local newspaper and 150 garvey-ites showed up. >> host: what is the garvey-ites political focus? >> guest: nuia, there are some chapters, the one in philadelphia, some in the united states, some elsewhere in the world. also people who are kind of nationalist in their political views. they ma
cold temperatures. we're getting down there. 42 in santa rosa, 49, san francisco, 50, half moon bay. fairfield, 45. here's a look at the forecast. we'll go with a cold night overnight, and then a chance of maybe a few sprinkles, mainly the highest rain near the coastw cool and windy for sunday and then we'll start to warm things up-especially as we head into the mid and latter part of next week. once the sfo reporting woken gusts up to 26 miles-per-hour inch the north bay winds have started to calm down, and then we'll look at temperatures in the 30s. you'll notice the forecast is picking up a few light sprinkles, mainly the higher terrain, and it's all coming from an upper level low. you can see it right here. some of the speckley clouds, the cold air, and you can see the light activity, all of this will spread south overnight tonight. going to move quickly. by tomorrow mid-day we should be back out into plenty of sunshine. cold front moves through today. now we're on the back side of it. that's why the winds came in, cooling us off by some 12 degrees from this time yesterday. bu
as well as santa rosa. just a light breeze in oakland. livermore reporting calm conditions. it's right along the coastline and hills reporting gusty conditions. north westerly flow already settling in. that is drawing us out. that is why we are not seeing any fog out there. drier conditions already in place. we are seeing the cooler numbers as well. see just a little bit of moisture here dancing around unsettled weather in the forecast for today. should i mention that? it's almost an after thought. we have been seeing mostly sunny skies. temperatures will be cooler. this system bringing colder air into the area. already settling in. filling it this morning and by the afternoon in addition to breezy conditions we can expect our temperatures to be below average. take a look at what i do expect for san rafael. 53 for san francisco. 54 in hayward. low to mid 50s in the north bay. 55 for napa. 55 santa rosa. 55 mountain view. 56-degrees in santa cruz. afternoon. a cool one for your tomorrow morning a cold start once again as you get out the door. head back to work. temperatures will be a ta
into santa rosa. 33 in the napa valley and about 42 in san francisco. by day, we are only looking at low 50s toward the coastline. mid-50s as you head to the south bay. east bay temperatures will keep you in the low to mid-50s and inside the bay, we are going to keep you cool and probably breezy in toward the afternoon. those winds will be kicking up so it's going to feel cool around the bay area. after that, though, things begin to look good as we get into monday and tuesday. high pressure begins to build in and i think we start to see 60s maybe even mid-60s toward friday and next saturday. so just a slight chance of a few showers tonight. after tonight looks like that's it for the foreseeable future >> thank you. >>> well, a unique science fair was on display in san jose today. the stem science fair is the only african-american science fair in california. stem is an acronym for a program emphasizing science, technology, engineering and math. organizers say they have closed the learning gap by engaging students in the subjects. and kids agree. >> i l
. starting to get chilly in spots. 47 in santa rosa, 50 san jose, 55 degrees in san francisco. and 50 degrees in livermore. overnight tonight these lows will drop off. some places at or below freezing. some partly cloudy skies late tonight and again a chance of a couple of raindrops doesn't look like much. tomorrow morning maybe a few leftover raindrops but if you sleep in you'll probably miss it. after that cool, brisk, sunshine, passing clouds. highs only in the low to mid- 50s. if you plan to head around the state watch out for some so if in the high country just a few flakes. and some chilly temperatures. 31 yosemite tomorrow for a high and 34 in lake tahoe. we have that system off the coastline spinning there and it's bringing with it a few more clouds over into the tonight and dropping into the bay area. you can see clouds gathering tonight and early tomorrow morning bringing light showers in the south bay and coastline. sunday passing clouds, cool brisk breezy conditions. overnight lows cold in spots about 30 in fairfield, 34 in livermore an
in livermore. about 31, just below freezing, in santa rosa. the bay likely to see some 30's and a couple of 40's too. as you look around the bay in the afternoon, low 50's toward the coastline. mountaintops chilly, only in the 40's. next couple of days, i think dryer weather returns our way, at least a dryer pattern. then warmer weather toward tuesday and wednesday. by the end of this next week, some of those temperatures may actually make it up into the mid 60's. back to you. >>> line up to see the best line in hockey and the warriors pay visit to monte in milwaukee. sports is next. [ wind howls ] [ dog barks ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] something powerful is coming. ♪ ♪ see it on february 3rd. ♪ ♪ was in street clothes while monta ellis was in uniform for the bucks making his presence felt... monta now wearing numb >>> andrew bowgut made his return to milwaukee. unfortunately, he was in street clothes, while monta ellis was in uniform for the bucks, making his presence felt. first quarter, stephen curry with a nice pass to harrison
tonight and also cold temperatures. we're getting down there. 42 in santa rosa, 49, san francisco, 50, half moon bay. fairfield, 45. here's a look at the forecast. we'll go with a cold night overnight, and then a chance of maybe a few sprinkles, mainly the highest rain near the coast. cool and windy for sunday and then we'll start to warm things up-especially as we head into the mid and latter part of next week. once the sfo reporting woken gusts up to 26 miles-per-hour inch the north bay winds have started to calm down, and then we'll look at temperatures in the 30s. you'll notice the forecast is picking up a few light sprinkles, mainly the higher terrain, and it's all coming from an upper level low. you can see it right here. some of the speckley clouds, the cold air, and you can see the light activity, all of this will spread south overnight tonight. going to move quickly. by tomorrow mid-day we should be back out into plenty of sunshine. cold front moves through today. now we're on the back side of it. that's why the winds came in, cooling us off by some 12 degrees from this tim
travel there. we are definitely colder with 32 right now in napa. 41 santa rosa. the dewpoints are much, much lower this morning we we aren't talking about fog like we had yesterday morning. it is certainly a colder morning. but with the full moon, very pretty morning as well. 45 in fremont. 43 san jose, 42 los gatos and more 30s from santa cruz to watsonville this morning and 39 gilroy. here's a look where we were 24 hours ago with the cooling around the bay. 11 degrees colder in antioch and napa this morning. so as you head on out, grab the jacket. maybe a few sprinkles around but overall we will see more sunshine today. the breezy northwesterly winds, anywhere from 10 to 24 miles an hour keeping it cool and windy throughout the bay. we are looking at dry weather continuing for the upcoming work week. although it is going to begin to warm up significantly. not until the middle of the week, though. we are talking some upper 60s. a weak system heading through the mountains. with it just a little bit of moisture. and with enough of that being running out in the higher elevations we are l
morning, san francisco, 46 for you and temperatures dropping in santa rosa. 43 san jose and 46 redwood city. along the monterey bay we are looking at 48 santa cruz and 49 monterey. here's the 15 degrees of cooling compared to 24 hours ago in napa. five degrees cooler downtown and even in the valley, livermore 9 degrees cooler and santa clara 8 degrees cooler. so you felt it last night, the dewpoints are cloweer. the sprinkles perhaps on the peninsula, san benito county and monterey as the trough sweeps through. it's also trying big 12 in the cool air. winds out of the northwest again today and the warmer air heads our way by the middle of the week. but today compliments of this area of low pressure, we've got some sierra snow flying, up to 6 inches in parts of the mountains. but with very little moisture in place it's not going to%squeeze out much. in fact, most of the moisture is running parallel along the coast. so cooler air in place and here's a look at our computer animation. that's about it. a few clouds around. maybe a sprinkle. taking you through the rest of the afternoon and y
work? >> i think of rosa jimÉnez, who was a 27-year-old college student. she had a 5-year-old daughter. she was getting a nursing degree. she really wanted to, you know, succeed in this country. and she faced an unintended pregnancy. and because she was low income, because she was a recipient of medicaid, she was denied access to an abortion because of henry hyde. and she sought a back-alley abortion and died as a consequence. so this has real implications. she was the first known victim of the hyde amendment. and i'm sure these stories happen many times over. and women are just disproportionately impacted. particularly, again, those at the margins and who are most vulnerable. >> you remind me of some statistics i saw the other day, from the guttmacher institute. it reports that among poor women, the rate of unintended pregnancy is five times higher than for higher income women. and four in ten women who have abortions are poor. what do you make of that from your own work? >> that, you know, because women don't have access to some of the basic healthcare to prevent pregnancy, so the fa
in the 30s. napa, fairfield, livermore and even around santa rosa mid-30s this morning. in the sierra, that's where a lot of the snow continues to fly. generally above 4,000 feet. for the bay area, looking at highs in the mid-50s for today. we warm up with lots of sunshine for the middle part of the week. >>> and we have some friends visiting us from miami. is this completely arctic for you. >> absolutely. we love it. we could be at the beach, though. >> it's like a row of birthdays going down the list. turning 50. happy birthday. >> thank you. >> shout it out and tell everybody. >> a little. >> you did it. lester, back in to you. >> stephanie, thanks. she's being called a miracle baby. a 3-month-old born with her heart outside her chest. and as katie reports, she's proving survivors come in all sizes. >> to say she is lucky would be to discount the little girl's tremendous strength. in this video the 3-month-old is fitted with a specialized pink shield and about to go home for the very first time smiling at her overjoyed mother ashley. >> it's a very, very big step. it's been a blessing to
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